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Methods to Reduce Traffic Crashes Involving Deer: What Works and What Does Not
James H. Hedlund (au)
More than 1.5 million traffic crashes involving deer occur each year in the U.S. These crashes produce $1.1 billion in vehicle damage and 150 fatalities annually. Deer-related crashes are increasing as both deer populations and vehicular travel increase. Many methods have been used in attempts to reduce deer crashes, often with little scientific foundation and limited evaluation. This paper summarizes the methods and reviews the evidence of their effectiveness and the situations in which each may be useful. The only widely accepted method with evidence of effectiveness is well-designed and maintained fencing, with underpasses or overpasses as appropriate. Other methods using advanced technology require additional research and evaluation.
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